PG&E’s Self Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) provides financial incentives for the installation of new, qualifying self-generation equipment. Current Renewable, Emerging &/or Waste Energy Recover Technologies include: Wind Turbines, Waste Heat to Power, Pressure Reduction Turbines, Advanced Energy Storage, Biogas, & Fuel Cells (Electric or Combined Heat & Power).Current Non-Renewable Technologies Include: Internal Combustion Engines, Microturbines, & Gas Turbines (all combined heat & power technologies).Solar rebates are currently administered under PG&E’s California Solar Initiative. See program background for more information on the SGIP program.
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Program participants are eligible to receive incentives dependent on system type, size, fuel source, and out-of-pocket costs.
Here you'll find the latest update on the number of active and paid SGIP projects in PG&E's service territory.
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